Wednesday, November 19, 2014

JTA announces First Sunrise Flight from Nagoya.

Japan Transocean Air [NU/JTA], together with 70% shareholder Japan Airlines [JL/JAL] and Japan's largest travel agency JTB, is offering World Heritage Mt. Fuji First Sunrise Flight 2015, to be operated on January 1st, 2015 from Nagoya/Chubu Centrair [NGO/RJGG]. It will be operated as part of the airport's 10th anniversary series of events, and JTB will be responsible for marketing the packaged tour.

Boeing 737-4Q3 JA8939 Jimbei Jet and 737-446 JA8992 Sakura Jimbei depart JTA's hub at Naha Airport, Okinawa. Which will be assigned to the flight? (Photo: Aviation Wire)

Planned to be operated by one of JTA's Jimbei Jets, Boeing 737-4Q3 JA8939 Jimbei Jet or 737-446 JA8992 Sakura Jimbei (Encounter Japan Transocean Air's 'Sakura Jimbei'!), the flight will depart Chubu Centrair on the morning of new year's day between 0530 and 0600 JST, set out on a scenic flight to Mt. Fuji to view the sunrise, and return to the same airport by 0730. Limited to 48 groups, with up to three persons per group, the tour will cost 29,000 JPY per person for a group of three, 39,000 JPY per person for a group of two, and 71,000 JPY per person for solo participants.

Reference: JTB. (in Japanese)
Reference: FlightLiner, November 17th. (in Japanese)

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